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May 27, 1921 - Image 5

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CAMPBELL. ELECTED TO
HONOARYMEMBERSHIP
IN STEELASSOCIATION
HAS BEEN CHEMICAL ENGINEER-
VNG PROFESSOR HERE
SINCE 1893.
Prof. Edward D. Campbell, of the
chemical department, has recently
been elected to honorary membership
in the American society for steel treat-
ing. As only three other men have
been thus honored, and they are the
three greatest metallurgists in the
world, the tendering of the certificate┬░

of steel. He has served as chemist for
the Ohio Iron company, Zanesville,
Ohio, the Sharon Iron ompany,Shr-
on, Pa., and the Dayton Iron company,
Dayton, Ohio. He has been a professor
in the chemical engineering depart-
ment of this university since 1893.
Since 1917 Professor Campbell has
been acting as consulting chemist for
the ordnance department at large. He
is a member of the American Chemical
society, the American Institute of Min-
ing Engineers, and the Faraday society..
The certificate of membership was
officially bestowed upon Professor
Campbell by Prof. Albert E. White,
president of the organization.
American Still In Golf Tournament
,Hoylake, Eng., May 26.--After de-

Kurder Trial Illustrates
Functioning Of Chin
(By Associated Press) in manacles held
Shanghai, April 10.- (Delayed)-; his guilt.
How justice is administered in a Chi- . The Chinese
nese criminal court was illustrated inill , if ~

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of membership to Professor Campbell feating the veteran ex-champion, John
is a mark of distinction both for the Ball of the Royal Liverpool club, one
University and for himself according the home course today, S. J. Wright of
to Prof. Albert E. White, also of the Roston, is the only :American remain-
chemical engineering department. ing for the sixth round of the British
Professor Compbell has done consid- golf championship tournament tomor-
erabl1e work dealing with the analysis row.

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an interesting fashion at the trial of a'
locally celebrated murder case that!
was held the last week in March in
Nantao, the native settlement which
forms a large part of the city of Shang-a
hai.
For three days preceding the trial
curious thousands, hedged off by stout
bamboo rails, watched the progress of
a post mortem at which East and West,
clashed. The post mortem was per-
formed by Chinese physicians, several
trained in American and other occi-
dental schools and others who had re-
ceived their medical education in
China. It was a case of suspected poi-
soning and while the western-trained
physicians insisted that the stomach!
intestines with their contents should
be sent to a laboratory for analysis,
the purely Chinese doctors clung to an
ancient belief and declared that the'
question at issue could be proved by
boiling the bones of the deceased. They
Chinese doctors carried their point.
Chank Shen Sung, the accused, was
arrested in the international settle-
ment. It was charged that 13 months
ago at the little river village of Poo-
tung, 14 miles down the Whangpoo1
from Shanghai, he had poisoned his
father, Chang Ka-yung, a wealthy rice
merchant. On application of the Chi-
nese authorities of .Nantao the prisoner
was turned over to the Chinese police
and a tdial was held the next day.
The hearing took place in. an open
lot, with the court sitting beneath a
mat shed, while plose-packed throu-
sands, held back by soldiers and stout
bamboo stockade, looked on avidly
through the hearing. In a prominent
place in front of the court a huge iron
kettle simmered over an open fire, in
which had been placed the 'bones of
the alleged victim as the; Chinese doc-
tors had ordered.
The hearing was lengthy and theV
court took no less than three recesses
through the day. The procedure con-
sisted almost wholly of questioning the
accused and urging him to confess that
he committed the crime. This ques-
tioning was done by the court, police
officials and two Chinese procurators
in turn and through the whole ban-l
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soing this would be made e
the presence of discoloratiot
bones after the boiling proce
and again this was borne in
prisoner, who was told that if
guilty the bones when expos
surely prove it.
It was when the court sa
fourth time that the lid was
from the kettle and the grisly
were placed on a long table.
ous dark spots were seen on
the bony parts. One of the pre
pointing to these marks, turn
agitated prisoner. " Did yo
your father?" he thundered.
oner shrank back. "I did it, I
him," he confessed.
'21 CATALOG SHO
INCREASE IN
An increase in size of 67 pa
be found in the recently pubHi
versity catalogue for 1,921 whi(
ready for distribution in the
the secretary of the Universit:
Faculty lists occupy six me
than previously while stude
take up 233 pages of close set
type, an addition of 18 pages
year.
In the 1921 catalogue is a
of the work of the Universit
sion service and explanation
new scholarships. A descri
University courses occupies 4
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